One of the most common questions we are asked when tenants contact us regarding a property is if the landlord accepts pets. It’s a regular occurrence for landlords to outright refuse pets in their property, but if a Labour government … Continue reading
It’s good news if you’re a landlord or investor with or looking to add to a property portfolio in the North.
Housing secretary James Brokenshire is to set out plans to give tenants greater security in their homes.
A report by the National Landlord Association (NLA) has revealed that, 18 months after regulatory changes that shook the buy-to-let market, 55% of landlords are still unaware of what exactly has changed.
Living in a shared household can be a fascinating experience. The opportunity to be infused into meeting and living with new people and new cultures is more than guaranteed to develop invaluable life experiences. If you’re managing a house share … Continue reading
On 1 October, the government will tighten the regulations surrounding houses of multiple occupation (HMO) in a bid to improve the general standard of lettings in the UK. Many landlords have opted to skirt away from HMO’s over uncertainty, but … Continue reading
The leasehold sector is often misunderstood with little information provided to new owners purchasing a property under this type of tenure. Whilst it is the duty of your solicitor to explain what you are buying into, it’s often that … Continue reading
Retailer Sainsbury’s Bank is launching into buy-to-let lending with a range of two and five-year fixes solely through its growing panel of mortgage advisers.
Auctions are one of the most varied, interesting and yet risky methods of buying property. They are a great way to avoid the lengthy and uncertain buying process, and there is always the potential to walk away with a … Continue reading
As a landlord, it is very important to ensure periodic inspections are conducted throughout each tenancy, to establish that the condition of your property is in a reasonable state and your tenants are complying with the tenancy agreement. Equally … Continue reading